hatha yoga, ashtanga yoga, restorative yoga
Erin discovered the healing power of Yoga twelve years ago in a humble Ashtanga Shala in Norman, Oklahoma. Since then, the practice has taken her around the globe to study with some of the world’s finest teachers. Erin‘s exploration of Yoga’s many therapeutic avenues has expanded to include traditional Hatha, Iyengar and Restorative approaches. The scope of her passion for the practice spans asana, pranayama, chanting, kriya, literature and meditation. Erin believes there is a type of Yoga to empower and support every body.
Anthe, now back in Santa Fe from Boston, teaches her varied and versatile style that has been described as “a magic carpet ride.” She is an ordained minister, Reiki Master Teacher and E-RYT who has been teaching her yoga since 2007.
Brando’s first encounter with yoga arrived in July 2002 in an Outside magazine article that stated, “Ashtanga is the single best thing you can do for flexibility, breathing, and balance.” It wasn’t until the winter of 2013 that his practice found deeper roots and direction upon meeting Sri Dharma Mittra. He is honored and blessed to share the sacred knowledge passed on from Dharmaji.
Vinyasa with Music, Gospel Vinyasa
A lifelong student of BODY-centered disciplines, Josh offers a practice designed to connect to the original intention of Hatha yoga – the transformation of the individual through the physical body and breath.
KELLE RAE OIEN
Nia, Move I.T.
Nia First Degree Black Belt, Nia Faculty Trainer, Move I.T. Teacher and Trainer, Nia Technique Choreography Faculty and 2013 International Teacher of the Year, Rolfer and Rolf Movement Practitioner.
Kelle has been facilitating body-mind movement for over 20 years. Her classes are inspirational, therapeutic, fun and packed with power!
Nia Brown Belt Teacher, Bonnie came to teaching from a personal Nia practice that moved her to facilitate others to explore, unleash and enhance their potential to live a healthy and energized life in their bodies through movement and sensation.
Drawing on her travels in India and the esoteric practices of the Himalayan Hatha Yogis, Leia
teaches from the foundation of these principles and takes joy in teaching fun, spiritual and active classes. She seeks to assist others on a path towards health and advancing their practice through the awareness of breath and movement.
Julie’s first yoga class occurred just before sunrise over 8 years ago, still her favorite time to practice. Her hope is to share the benefits of a balanced and regular yoga practice. She strives to create safe and comfortable environments for her students. Classes combine an emphasis on body alignment, mindfulness, spirit, and attuning to body wisdom.
After practicing and teaching intermittently for over 20 years, Nia continues to be a powerful tool for Elsa to embody self-awareness, joy, sensation, understanding, inspiration, power, and purpose. Sharing the Nia Technique is one of the great joys of Elsa’s life. She sees every class as a journey, with the opportunity to become more in tune with that which deeply moves us.
SWARAN KAUR KHALSA
Vinyasa with Healing Sounds
Swaran has lived and loved yoga for over 20 years. She has extensively practiced Hatha, Ashtanga, Iyengar, and Kundalini Yoga. Vibrant classes emphasize awareness of the body, mind and spirit.
BODY Core & Strength
Professional actor, singer, dancer and teacher. She developed her interest and talent for Fitness in 1989 with Carl Miller, former USA Olympic coach and studied classical and modern dance, Salsa, Tango and Pilates technique.
A nurturing yoga instructor
who has taught over 5000 yoga classes in the past 15 years. His background ranges from Ashtanga Yoga, which he studied in Mysore, India with the late Sri K Patthabi Jois, to the precise alignments of Tias Little, and the therapeutic knowledge of Aadil Palkhivala.
Vinyasa with Music, Hatha Flow
In her ten years of practice, Austin has explored the power of yoga as a tool for profound and sometimes unexpected transformation. Her intentions as a teacher are to support students in their journeys by offering a compassionate space in which postures can be explored and cultivated safely with patience and integrity.
Vinyasa with Music, Hatha Flow
A student of the transformative practice of yoga since she was a child, Cigall has found one of the greatest joys of her life in teaching and sharing this practice with others. Cigall teaches with the intention to create a space that invites students to find a deeper awareness and connection to our own selves, to each other, and to the surrounding world through our physical practice of uniting breath and body.
Vinyasa with Music
Kelly’s teachings draw from her training in Body Yoga School and her further study of Prana Vinyasa. Her classes embody a rhythmic flow that allows students to deeply connect with their breath and body in a fluid, yet rooted practice.
Metta in Motion Yoga Series
Katchie Ananda E-RYT 500 is an international Yoga and Dharma teacher who has well over 10,000 hours of teaching experience spanning 25 years as a full-time yoga teacher. A committed student of Vipassana Meditation, she has practiced with Jack Kornfield, her Buddhist mentor, for over 15 years and is certified in Anusara, Jivamukti, Integral and Ashtanga yoga by Richard Freeman.
Her classes create a grounded experience,allowing her students the freedom to explore all that Nia brings to the body, mind & spirit.
Yoga Basics, Restorative Yoga
Amber Burke is a graduate of Yale, Johns Hopkins, and two Yogaworks teacher trainings in Los Angeles. She has been teaching alignment-focused yoga since 2008 (RYT 500). In her classes, she gives precise, clear direction to make each pose maximally beneficial and guide students toward an ever-deeper self-awareness. Also a writer, she is a regular contributor to Yogainternational.com.